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Pure Air Solutions

UV-Aire® uses high-intensity UVC germicidal lamp (ultraviolet light) to neutralize airborne bacteria, viruses, fungi, and mold for pure air.

When placed over the air conditioning coil the UV-Aire pure air solution eliminates mold build-up and keeps the HVAC system running more efficiently. Mounted inside the ductwork, the UV light for HVAC systems sterilizes or neutralizes most contaminants as they pass the UV lamp.

Field Control in-duct air purifier models work with forced air system 24/7 and our portable air purifiers provide added protection in bedrooms, living rooms, nursery, and kitchens, wherever you need pure air most.

The process requires very little maintenance and costs just pennies a day to operate. The UV-Aire could be one of the best health and comfort investments a homeowner ever makes.


  • Reduces airborne germs, bacteria, viruses, mold, and fungi
  • Eliminates mold growth on air conditioning coil
  • Prolongs the life and maintains efficiency of the equipment
  • The right model for virtually any heating system
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Facts About UV and Pure Air

  • Since the first UV irradiation system was used, the disinfection of medical equipment using UV has been a common and reliable practice.
  • UV disinfection has been determined to be adequate for inactivating bacteria and viruses
  • The germicidal effects of UV light cause photochemical damage to DNA and RNA within microorganisms.
  • “…ultraviolet radiation, properly integrated with heating, ventilating, and air conditioning systems, shows the most promise as a widely applicable means of air disinfection.” Richard Riley, M.D.

How it Works

UV-Aire uses the energy from a specially designed, high-intensity UVC germicidal lamp to reduce microorganisms in the entire home as they cycle through the HVAC system. Mounted inside the ductwork, the UV-Aire sterilizes or kills most contaminants as they pass the lamp.

Field Controls

The process requires very little maintenance and costs just pennies a day to operate. The UV-Aire could be one of the best health and comfort investments a homeowner ever makes.

UV’s effectiveness in killing bacteria is directly related to the microorganism’s exposure time. Indoor air in a typical residential forced-air HVAC system will be recirculated 40-75 times a day. With a UV generating lamp mounted in the HVAC duct, cumulative exposure can be very effective in controlling indoor bacteria and other airborne contaminants. UV rays will also kill germs and mold that breed in drain pans and A-coils. Properly positioned, an ultraviolet system can significantly reduce indoor air contamination and prevent the growth of new microorganisms.

Learn more about our Healthy Home System™ or locate a Contractor.

“Very easy to install, less than 30 minutes from start to finish. Customer’s sinus issues cleared up overnight.” – RJD Heating, MI

“The Duo-14 was very easy to install. It took about 20 minutes, give or take 5 minutes. What sparked my interest was not only the ease of installation, but the ease of bulb replacement. I have had one prior and it did keep smells down and kept my coil cleaner. I am sure this will do just the same or better.” — All Seasons Heating & A/C Inc., VA

“I am familiar with the technology that the Duo-2000 is using and I am very excited to experience the product’s performance. It was nice to feel the quality of the unit when I removed the unit from the package. The backer plate and cover are heavy gauge steel, (not a cheap plastic cover which is all too common these days). The installation was very simple, and took no time at all.” — Efficient Energy Enterprises Inc., MI

“The installation was very easy. It took about an hour or so to complete everything. My wife has asthma and also a bad cough for close to a month now and she has already started to notice an improvement in her breathing in the last week.” — P G Heating & Cooling, MI

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